Although the current situation is far from what we used to know as “normal,” I believe we will still have a chance to get to our daily routines. This time, we have to be more careful about a number of habits we may have been ignoring.
Even before the economic disaster of COVID, the camera industry was contracting. The software industry has adopted SaaS pricing, with Adobe Creative Cloud being the most recognizable example. That pricing model, or one like it, might be the next big change coming to camera hardware.
We all want out. We want to get working. Our clients are calling, and we want to get back at it. Genero, a global agency connecting creatives with projects has launched a map to help you plan when and where you could start working.
Crazy click-bait title or truly the missing piece? It could very well be the missing piece for your photography account because ultimately it comes down to making Zuckerberg and the Instagram/Facebook empire happier.
If you haven’t been keeping up with your photography Instagram marketing, now’s the time to revisit. Instagram marketing can be incredibly fruitful for photography businesses. To make it work for yours, you must understand how to use Instagram productively. Let’s start off with some statistics…
A survey of more than 600 people in the U.K. suggests that photographers have been among the hardest-hit workers in the creative industry. The income of 67% of photographers has dropped by 80% or more.
No doubt, a lot of us are struggling right now and wrestling with uncertain futures, and it can be very helpful to hear a little guidance from an experienced professional. If that is something you could use, this excellent video features a longtime professional discussing the current situation and offering some honest advice on how you can survive this tough difficult time.
What do you do when all of your contracts for the year are canceled in a matter of weeks? Regardless of how well-drafted your contract is, do you consider damage to your reputation when you think about holding clients to dates and payment schedules?
It’s going on day number 587 of being confined to my home during social distancing, or something like that. And while this experience has turned life upside down, it has also reminded me of a thing or two.